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My areas of specialty are industrial organization and applied econometrics. My current research focuses on the airline, pharmaceutical, and telecommunications industries.

I grew up near Cleveland, Ohio (home of the 2016 World Champion Cleveland Cavaliers).  I graduated from Ohio University in 2003 with a B.A. in economics, and earned my Ph.D. in 2009 from the University of Virginia.  I spent the first 6 years of my career at the University of Georgia before moving to UNC-Chapel Hill in 2015.

New Research:

  • “Dynamic Price Discrimination: Evidence from International Airline Markets” with Gaurab Aryal, Federico Ciliberto, and Charlie Murry
  • “The Tragedy of The Last Mile: Congestion Externalities in Broadband Networks.” with Jacob Malone and Aviv Nevo
  • “The Unbundling of the Telecommunications Industry: Evidence from Cord Cutting.”  with Jacob Malone, Aviv Nevo, and Zach Nolan